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Tap into world class faculty and students that aren't afraid to question industry norms. Our office will help you connect with a diverse population of skilled, curious, and innovative engineers eager to explore both fundamental science and cutting-edge applications. Whether you are a small business, a large corporation, or a lean start-up, we want you to connect with us. We are flexible and our corporate collaborations can be shaped to fit your needs. Cornell Engineers are some of the best and the brightest in the world. Working together to support innovation, promote technological breakthroughs, and build lasting relationships benefits both you and Cornell. Contact us today to explore what is possible.


A world-class university offers unique partnership opportunities to corporations. Companies in need of research programs benefit from our broad knowledge base, well-equipped facilities, and inquisitive students. Cornell benefits from the vitality of an on-campus research community and the knowledge that we’re fulfilling our responsibility to expose Cornellians to real-world engineering. Please get in touch with the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations for more information about establishing a research partnership with Cornell.

Recent News

ExxonMobil Foundation gives $447,046 to Cornell

The ExxonMobil Foundation has given Cornell $447,046 through its Educational Matching Gifts Program.

Cornell #1 for start up tech talent.

Tech Co. ranks Cornell #1 in the list of schools producing the best start-up tech talent

ECE team wins national AT&T SDN Network Design Challenge

A team of ECE researchers has won a national competition asking academics to envision more...

Latest Spotlights

Exxon Mobil Provides Grant to Cornell

In 2015, Exxon Mobil Corporation is providing $2 million in grants to 78 colleges and universities nationwide including Cornell University through the Departmental Grants Program.

Shell Oil Company Gives $90,500 to Cornell

On September 10th, 2015, Shell representatives Kelly Lambert '90 ME, and Mitchell Winkler '81 CEE and ME, presented Dean Lance Collins with a Check for $90,500